Scroll from the smallest to the largest parts of the universe with our interactive scale. Send your elementary students on a scavenger hunt to make a scientific discovery of their own.
Adapting for Online Learning
Whether you are preparing course material for students in an online classroom or searching for activities for your learners at home, Perimeter is ready to help with adaptions for online learning. All resources are free to download from our Resource Centre.
Applications Closing Soon
Canadian students planning to begin university this fall may be eligible for a $1,000 award and a "researcher for a day" experience at Perimeter. Applications for the Luke Santi Memorial Award close May 31 (travel will take place in Fall 2020/Spring 2021.)
Mack is a Simons Emmy Noether Visiting Fellow at Perimeter, an Assistant Professor at North Carolina State University, a popular science communicator on social media, and has contributed to Scientific American, Slate, Sky&Telescope, Time, and Cosmos.
Spruce up your screens with a funky physics background
Does your work-from-home setup need some inspiration? Want your Zoom background to inspire awe, and prevent coworkers from seeing your messy home office?
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